|WPL, Wave Propagation Laboratory, 20, 1967-1987 - Environmental Research Laboratories (U.S.)|
Keywords: Remote sensing
|Landsat enhancement procedures and key, central Yukon planning area - Miller, Melanie|
Performed by BLM Northwest Resource Area and BLM Alaska State Office Branch of Photogrammetry
Keywords: Remote sensing
|An experiment to evaluate SKYLAB earth resources sensors for detection of the Gulf Stream / George A. Maul ... [et al.] - Maul, George A|
Prepared by Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratories
Keywords: Remote sensing
|14 ARSPC Podcast - 14 ARSPC|
1st Episode of the 14 ARSPC podcast
Keywords: ARSPC; Remote Sensing; podcast
|Verification of operational SIRS B temperature retrievals / Harold J. Brodrick and Christopher M. Hayden - Brodrick, Harold J|
Keywords: Atmospheric temperature Remote sensing
|The measurement of atmospheric transmittance from sun and sky with an infrared vertical sounder / W.L. Smith and H.B. Howell - Smith, William L|
Keywords: Atmosphere Remote sensing
|Temperature sounding from satellites / S. Fritz ... [et al.] - Fritz, Sigmund, 1914-|
Keywords: Temperature measurements Remote sensing
|Overview of conferences with non-Federal users on U.S. operational land remote sensing satellite program / prepared for National Oceanic and Atmospheric and Administration, National Environmental Satellite Service ; prepared by Metrics, inc - Metrics, inc|
"April 24, 1980."
Keywords: Remote sensing Congresses
|A basic comparison of lidar and radar for remote sensing of clouds / V.E. Derr - Derr, V. E. (Vernon Ellsworth), 1921-|
Keywords: Clouds Remote sensing
|The Impact of Sea Ice Concentration Accuracies on Climate Model Simulations with the GISS GCM - Parkinson, Claire L.|
The Goddard Institute for Space Studies global climate model (GISS GCM) is used to examine the sensitivity of the simulated climate to sea ice concentration specifications in the type of simulation done in the Atmospheric Modeling Intercomparison Project (AMIP), with specified oceanic boundary conditions. Results show that sea ice concentration uncertainties of /- 7% can affect simulated regional temperatures by more than 6 C, and biases in sea ice concentrations of 7% and -7% alter simulated an...
Keywords: EDUCATION; REMOTE SENSING; REPORTS
|Residential lit fireplace detection and density measurement using airborne mult-spectral [sic] sensors - Stoll, Peter J|
Keywords: Air; Remote sensing
|Wild land vegetation resource inventory : detailed project plan for an Applications Systems Verification Test (ASVT) - United States. Bureau of Land Management|
On cover: Detailed project plan for a joint BLM-NASA-EROS Application Systems Verification Test
Keywords: Remote sensing; Vegetation mapping
|Airborne infrared detection of deer - Parker, H. Dennison|
Facsimile produced by microfilm-xerography
Keywords: Deer; Remote sensing
|Evaluation of aerial remote sensing techniques for defining critical geologic features pertinent to tunnel location and design - Russell, O|
Final report, issued March 1976
Keywords: Remote sensing systems
|Detection and definition of subsurface void spaces by ground-based microwave radiometers - United States. Federal Highway Administration. Offices of Research and Development|
Keywords: Microwave remote sensing; Radiometers
|Recommended terminology for microwave radiometry (Volume NIST Technical Note 1551) - Randa, James; Lahtinen, Janne; Camps, Adriano; Gasiewski, A. J.; Hallikainen, Martti; Le Vine, David M.; Martin-Neira, Manuel; Piepmeier, Jeff; Rosenkranz, Philip W.; Ruf, Christopher S.; Shiue, James; Skou, Niels.|
Keywords: Microwave remote sensing--Terminology
|Applications of remote sensing, aerial photography, and instrumented imagery interpretation to urban area studies (Volume Committee of Planning Librarians. Exchange bibliography, no. 166) - Kracht, James B|
Keywords: Remote sensing; Aerial photography
|Assessing biophysical characteristics of grassland from spectral measurements - Weiser, Russell L.|
This volume was digitized and made accessible online due to deterioration of the original print copy.
Keywords: Remote sensing; Grasses; Plants--Development
|Proposed calibration target for the visible channel of a satellite radiometer / K.L. Coulson, H. Jacobowitz - Coulson, Kinsell L|
Keywords: Artificial satellites in remote sensing
|SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING FOR ARCHAEOLOGY arch|
SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING FOR ARCHAEOLOGY
Keywords: SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING FOR ARCHAEOLOGY
|Application of remote sensing methods for tracking large cetaceans : North Atlantic right whales (Eubalaena glacialis) - United States. Minerals Management Service|
Includes bibliographical references (p.145-148.)
Keywords: Southern right whale; Remote sensing
|NASA Connect - MOAT - Aerosol Measurement and Remote Sensing - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Connect Segment that explores how aerosols affect our health and how aerosols in the atmosphere are measured. It explains remote sensing and its two types with examples.
Keywords: NASA Connect; Aerosol; Remote Sensing; Active Remote Sensing; Passive Remote Sensing
|The Marine Resources Experiment Program (MAREX) : report of the Ocean Color Science Working Group - Goddard Space Flight Center. Ocean Color Science Working Group|
Keywords: MAREX; Marine productivity -- United States Remote sensing; Chlorophyll -- United States Remote sensing; Optical oceanography -- United States Remote sensing
|Resource Management - NASA/Stennis Space Center|
Summit Envirosolutions of Minneapolis, Minnesota, used remote sensing images as a source for groundwater resource management. Summit is a full-service environmental consulting service specializing in hydrogeologic, environmental management, engineering and remediation services. CRSP collected, processed and analyzed multispectral/thermal imagery and aerial photography to compare remote sensing and Geographic Information System approaches to more traditional methods of environmental impact assess...
Keywords: Commercial Remote Sensing, resource management, CRSP, applied
|Vegetation map of Asia|
Map from F. Blasco, M.F. Bellan, M. Aizpuru (1996) A vegetation map of tropical continental Asia at scale 1:5 million. Journal of Vegetation Science 7(5):623–634. DOI: 10.2307/3236374
Keywords: Asia; forest; vegetation; remote sensing; map
|Satellite measurements of aerosol backscattered radiation from the Nimbus F Earth Radiation Budget Experiment / H. Jacobowitz, W.L. Smith, and A.J. Drummond - Jacobowitz, H|
Bibliography: p. 9
Keywords: Artificial satellites in remote sensing Atmospheric effects
|A prototype program for target information - Coulter, Ronald J.|
Keywords: REMOTE SENSING--STATISTICAL METHODS; REGRESSION ANALYSIS
|Identification of Water Bodies from High and Multi-level Resolution Satellite Images Using Novel Feature Extracting Technique---Satellite Image Processing|
Water bodies are precious resources which play an important role in agriculture, transportation, drinking water supply and environmental balance of ground water level and so on. Assessment on water-bodies as well as escribing on its characteristics is the most crucial work to be done in India where land is being occupied at a very high rate. Satellite images are not clear all the time and will have shadow effects, which has to identified and distinguished. Water body image may appear s...
Keywords: Multi-resolution Satellite Image; Remote Sensing
|Phoenix resource area remote sensing project : final report - Hall, Laura B|
Keywords: Remote sensing; Landsat satellites; Aerial photography; Arizona
|NASA Connect - MOAT - Active Remote Sensing and Lidar - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Connect Segment explains how scientist use LIDAR to help them measure aerosols in the atmosphere. It also describes active remote sensing.
Keywords: NASA Connect; Aerosol; Remote Sensing; LIDAR; Atmosphere
|Lander resource area remote sensing project : final report - Sader, Steven A|
Includes: "Application to Land Use Planning or EIS: Information for User's Guide Book" ( leaves)
Keywords: Remote sensing; Landsat satellites; Aerial photography; Wyoming
|Retinex Scheme â RS Image Enhancement - Fu Wei, Liao Xiao-yu|
As remote sensing images can be used to identify features and interpret ground conditions, they have been widely used in many fields from environment resources investigation to military operation. However, most of the remote sensing images have little visual contrast and poor resolution. Thus, the remote sensing image enhancement technique is almost always applied before the remote sensing images are analyzed...
Keywords: Remote sensing image; Image enhancement; MSR
|The Landslide Handbook - A Guide to Understanding Landslides - Highland, Lynn M. and Bobrowsky, Peter|
This handbook is intended to be a resource for people affected by landslides to acquire further knowledge, especially about the conditions that are unique to their neighborhoods and communities. Considerable literature and research are available concerning landslides, but unfortunately little of it is synthesized and integrated to address the geographically unique geologic and climatic conditions around the globe...
Keywords: Landslide; Natural Hazards; Causes; Mitigation; Remote Sensing
|Urban applications of remote sensing (a revision of CPL Exchange bibliography no.222) (Volume Council of Planning Librarians. Exchange bibliography, no. 352) - Berlin, G Lennis|
Keywords: Remote sensing; City planning; Aerial photography
|The Geology Flannelcast Episode 4 - Chris Seminack, Jesse Thornburg, and Steve Peterson|
In Episode 4 we talk about remote sensing, Galileo, ghost sounds, volcanoes & global warming, Heathcliff, and more life lessons from the Flannelcasters.
Keywords: Podcast; Geology; Science; Volcanoes; remote sensing
|S. 2297, the Land Remote Sensing Policy Act of 1992 : hearing before the Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress, second session, May 6, 1992 - United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space|
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Landsat satellites; Artificial satellites in remote sensing
|23. Solid Waste.full|
Municipal solid waste generation is among the most significant sources which threaten the global environmental health. Site selection is an important and necessary issue for waste management in fast-growing countries like India.Because of the complexity of waste management systems, the selection of the appropriate solid waste landfill site requires consideration of multiple alternative solutions. Remote sensing data have been used to present conditions of the land use/land cover and geomorpholog...
Keywords: Solid Waste; Landfills; GIS and Remote Sensing
|Application of aerial photographs and remote sensing imagery to urban research and studies (a revised edition of Exchange Bibliography 119) (Volume Council of Planning Librarians. Exchange bibliography, no. 222) - Berlin, Graydon Lennis, 1943-|
Keywords: Aerial photography; City planning; Remote sensing
|Learjet Has Remote Sensing Capabilities - NASA/Stennis Space Center|
Remote sensors are mounted onboard the NASA/Stennis Space Center Learjet and flown over many different study areas to collect digital imagery for use in a wide variety of projects.
Keywords: Learjet, commercial remote sensing, CRSP, applied
|An annotated bibliography of aerial remote sensing in coastal engineering - Stafford, Donald B|
Keywords: Coast changes; Beach erosion; Remote sensing
|Land Remote Sensing Commercialization Act of 1984 : hearing before the Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, Ninety-ninth Congress, first session ... November 13, 1985 - United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space|
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Landsat satellites; Artificial satellites in remote sensing; Landsat satellites; Artificial satellites in remote sensing
|A Review of the Variations of Optical Remote Sensing Conditions over Estonia in 1958-2011 - Kalju Eerme, Margit Aun|
The major restricting factor for space-born optical remote sensing at moderate and high latitudes is cloudiness. Significant intraseasonal and interannual differences in cloud amount and dominant cloud types are met. Cloud-free episodes are infrequent. The study of cloud restriction over Estonia was performed using hourly cloud detection data from Tartu-Tõravere meteorological station (58°16’N, 26°28’E, 70 m a.s.l.) in 1958-2011...
Keywords: Remote Sensing; Cloud; Solar Radiation; Meteorological Conditions; Suitable Days for Optical Remote Sensing
|The effect of training block size on unsupervised classification of Landsat thematic mapper imagery (Volume no.512) - Snook, Paul W|
Keywords: Remote sensing North Carolina; Landsat satellites; Forest surveys North Carolina; forest inventory remote sensing land use
|NASA Connect - MOAT - Remote Sensing Using Picasso-Cena - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Connect Segment studying the atmosphere with Picasso-Cena, a new technological satellite, to explore the affects of aerosols in the atmosphere and how it will affect the environment.
Keywords: NASA Connect; Picasso-Cena; Remote Sensing; Satellite; Aerosol; Atmosphere
|Science Media Centre online briefing - Earth Observation - 15 Feb 2011 - Science Media Centre (NZ)|
In conjunction with launch of the new ATV unmanned spacecraft, the 'Johannes Kepler', which will be tracked from Awarua Station in Invercargill, New Zealand, visiting scientists and officials from the European Space Agency will participate in "What on Earth" -- an international colloquium on Earth observation in New Zealand. In this media briefing, a selection of speakers discuss new opportunities for using satellite imagery and data...
Keywords: satellite data; International Space Station; remote sensing; earth observation
|6. Civil IJCE Land Cover Change Detection Basavaraj Paruti|
Land use and land cover (LULC) changes is a dynamic, widespread and accelerating process, mainly driven by natural phenomena and anthropogenic activities, which in turn drives changes that world impact natural ecosystem. Change detection is one of the landscape ecological aims. Main aim of this study is to prepare land use land cover and their change detections by using remote sensing and GIS techniques...
Keywords: Land Use/Cover; Change Detection; Urbanisation; Remote Sensing; GIS
|Chemical Vapor Deposition for Ultra-Lightweight Thin-Film Solar Arrays for Space - Hepp, Aloysius F.|
The development of thin-film solar cells on flexible, lightweight, space-qualified substrates provides an attractive cost solution to fabricating solar arrays with high specific power, (W/kg). The use of a polycrystalline chalcopyrite absorber layer for thin film solar cells is considered as the next generation photovoltaic devices. A key technical issues outlined in the 2001 U.S. Photovoltaic Roadmap, is the need to develop low cost, high throughput manufacturing for high-efficiency thin film s...
Keywords: LEAKAGE; HYDROGEN; HELIUM; REMOTE SENSING; TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT; DIFFUSION
|Evaluating AT*D*A for sparse matrices : analysis - Gonen, Amnon.|
Technical report for period May 1983 - June 1984.
Keywords: STATISTICS; REMOTE SENSING--STATISTICAL METHODS; TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS
|Genesis Preliminary Examination: Ellipsometry Overview - Stansbery, E. K.|
The Genesis spacecraft returned to Earth on September 8, 2004, experiencing a non-nominal reentry in which both the drogue and main parachutes failed to deploy causing the capsule to impact the surface of the UTTR desert at a speed of approximately 310 kph (193 mph). The impact caused severe damage to the capsule and a breach of the science canister in the field. The science canister was recovered and transported to the cleanroom at UTTR within approximately 8 hours of reentry...
Keywords: INFRARED RADIATION; SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS; MINERALOGY; REMOTE SENSING; REFLECTANCE; ROCKS; TARGETS
|NASA Connect - MOAT - SAGE II and Picasso-Cena - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Connect Segment exploring the differences between the remote sensing devices of SAGE II and Picasso-Cena. It also explains how Picasso-Cena will help scientists measure aerosols more accurately.
Keywords: NASA Connect; Picasso-Cena; SAGE II; Remote Sensing; Aerosols; Atmosphere